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magical 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈmajikəl/,
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Relating to or using magic,
  1. Relating to or using magic
    • - a magical crystal ball
  2. Resembling magic; produced or working as if by magic
    • - he had a gentle, magical touch with the child
  3. Beautiful or delightful in such a way as to seem removed from everyday life
    • - it was a magical evening of pure nostalgia

  1. charming: possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers; "charming incantations"; "magic signs that protect against adverse influence"; "a magical spell"; "'tis now the very witching time of night"- Shakespeare; "wizard wands"; "wizardly powers"
  2. (magically) in a magical manner; "it disappeared magically"
  3. (magic) any art that invokes supernatural powers
  4. magic trick: an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
  5. Magic is the claimed art of altering things either by supernatural means or through knowledge of occult natural laws unknown to science. ...
  6. "Magical" is a 1985 single released by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. It was originally recorded and released as a single by John Parr.
  7. MagiC is a third party multitasking-capable TOS-compatible operating system for the Atari ST range of computers, including some newer clone machines. There are also variants that run as part of the MagicMac and MagicPC emulation environments.
  8. (Magic (2010 film)) Magic is a 2010 American family film adventure directed by John Penney and starring Leo Grillo. Magic is the name of an angelic dog sent to heal a troubled family. The film co-stars Sammi Hanratty, Lori Heuring and Robert Davi.
  9. (Magic (91.7FM)) Magic is Malta's More Music, Less Talk radio station and one of the best known music brands.
  10. (Magic (Amii Stewart album)) Magic is a studio album by Amii Stewart released in 1992. The album which includes singles "Don't Be So Shy" and "Don't Stop" was a collaboration with Narada Michael Walden and British songwriting duo Climie Fisher.
  11. Of or relating to magic; Enchanting
  12. (magic) Allegedly supernatural charm, spell or other method to dominate natural forces; A ritual associated with supernatural magic or with mysticism; An illusion performed to give the appearance of magic or the supernatural; A cause not quite understood; Something spectacular or wonderful; ...
  13. (Magic) The decrypted Japanese messages produced by US cryptographers in and prior to World War II
  14. (Magic) Code name for US code breaking operations against the Japanese.
  15. (Magic) The practice of directing psychic ability, or "supernatural" forces to effect changes and fulfill desires. Many modern practitioners have adopted the archaic spelling of magick, in the tradition of author and occultist, Aleister Crowley (b. 1871, d. 1947).
  16. (magic) Technically speaking, any extra semantics attached to a variable such as $!, $0, %ENV, or %SIG, or to any tied variable. Magical things happen when you diddle those variables.
  17. (Magic) To dream of accomplishing any design by magic, indicates pleasant surprises. To see others practising this art, denotes profitable changes to all who have this dream. ...
  18. Magic and sorcery are the influencing of events, objects, people and physical phenomena by mystical, paranormal or supernatural means. The terms can also refer to the practices employed by a person to wield this influence, and to beliefs that explain various events and phenomena in such terms.
  19. (Magic) The "great" Science. According to Deveria and other Orientalists, "Magic was considered as a sacred science inseparable from religion" by the oldest and most civilized and learned nations. ...
  20. (magic) (Middle English magike < Latin magice < Greek magike, the art of the Magi) 1. the use of charms, spells, or rituals in seeking or pretending to cause or control events, or to govern natural or supernatural forces; sorcery, witchcraft; (b) such charms, spells, or rituals. ...
  21. (Magic) is the manipulation of the metaphysical with the aim of altering the physical world in one respect or another.
  22. (Magic) The placement of will onto the workings of the universe.
  23. (MAGIC (on PRISM)) Email reading, printing (to clusters or central-ps), Mac usage and file storage, news, and any other functions associated with normal PRISM accounts which are not found on CyberBuzz
  24. (MAGIC) A show performed on a stage by an illusionist
  25. (MAGIC) Creating an illusion; wanting to accomplish something without effort or difficulty; desire to control situations / Your inner magic; realizing that you hold far greater creative powers than you acknowledge; adding sparkle to your life